Description: Montpelier House
South End House
Walls, Piers, Railings and Gazebo in Grounds
Date Listed: 2 September 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 205566
OS Grid Reference: TQ1706673647
OS Grid Coordinates: 517066, 173647
Latitude/Longitude: 51.4497, -0.3167
5028 MONTPELIER ROW
No 29 (Montpelier House)
No 30 (South End House)
Walls, piers, railings and
gazebo in grounds
TQ 1773 21/11 2.9.52
These 2 houses form one block rather more elaborately finished than the rest. In
addition to red brick bands and dressings, they-have a brick cornice and a panelled
No 29 consists of a 3-storey, 3-window main block with cornice and parapet, and a
2-storey, 2-window wing to right with wooden lean-to on flat above. Beyond this wing
to right, is a later 2-storey, 2-window addition. Doorcase with fluted Doric pilasters
and cornice hood. Brick wall in front with 4 piers with stone vases. Good iron railing
and overthrow. Modern iron gate. Glazing bars gone from ground floor windows to left.
No 30 (South End House) is larger than the rest and stands at the end of the row with
the gates to its grounds facing down the road.
It is 3-storey, 5 windows with a later (C20) painted stone or cement doorcase. The
2 windows to the left on the top floor have been enlarged and have lost their glazing
bars. The side overlooking the garden towards the river is also of 5 windows. To its
left is a one-storey "Gothick" stucco addition, now painted pale green, with a semi-
hexagonal bay with tall pointed windows.
At the back of the main block, one-window wings project to the depth of one blank
window. Interiors not seen.
Listing NGR: TQ1706673647
Source: English Heritage
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